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Cancer Australia PS ActGGS
Submitted by Richard_Li on Wed, 09/14/2022 - 21:16
Aliases
Cancer Australia

Lead Body
No
Employment Arrangements
Enabling legislation

Annual report prepared under section 46 of the PGPA Act.
Additional annual report requirement
Yes

Section 35 of the PGPA Act applies
Yes
Section 35(3) of the PGPA Act applies
Yes

Outcome #1: Minimised impacts of cancer, including through national leadership in cancer control with targeted research and clinical trials; evidence informed clinical practice; strengthened national data capacity; community and consumer information and support.
# Program Body Contribution
1.1 Improved Cancer Control Cancer Australia
# Program Body Contribution
1.1 Health Research, Coordination and Access Department of Health and Aged Care

The Department of Health and Aged Care has responsibility for health and medical research through the Medical Research Future Fund, which will support the sustainability of the health system into the future and drive further medical innovation. The Department of Health and Aged Care has policy responsibility for improving the detection, treatment and survival outcomes for people with cancer. This includes oversight of cancer screening programs, such as the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program, the BreastScreen Australia Program and the National Cervical Screening Program

1.5 Preventive Health and Chronic Disease Support Department of Health and Aged Care

The Department of Health and Aged Care has responsibility for health and medical research through the Medical Research Future Fund, which will support the sustainability of the health system into the future and drive further medical innovation. The Department of Health and Aged Care has policy responsibility for improving the detection, treatment and survival outcomes for people with cancer. This includes oversight of cancer screening programs, such as the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program, the BreastScreen Australia Program and the National Cervical Screening Program